Switch and 3DS Nintendo Direct Coming This Week


Nintendo will host a new Direct this week that'll focus on Switch, and 3DS games.

On the Switch side of things, expect to see Super Mario Odyssey get most of the attention. As for 3DS titles, we could see more of the forthcoming Kirby game Nintendo has already confirmed for the handheld. Super Mario Odyssey is easily Nintendo's biggest title for the remainder of the year and it comes out on Oct.27, leaving the company a little over a month to talk about it.

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You can also expect new gameplay/news from the aforementioned games, as well as from rapidly approaching releases like Federation Internationale de Football Association 18, Fire Emblem Warriors, and Pokemon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon.

We'll update this piece with more information and the Nintendo Direct stream when it airs at 11pm on 13 September. You'll be able to watch it on both Nintendo's Twitch channel and Nintendo's YouTube channel, with a VOD of the broadcast uploaded to YouTube shortly after the live stream ends. There's also the possibility of something related to Pokémon making an appearance - though Nintendo usually has specialized Pokémon Directs for those.